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Pulp Fiction uses a 'non-linear narrative', i.e. its a story where the scenes are not set in chronological/time order. The scene where Vincent appears at the end, is (in real time) before the scene where he is killed. You can also find an excellent commentary on this at the following Tarantino Wiki.
"When you little scamps get together you're worse than a sewing circle. " That pretty much says it all. Mia was obviously involved in the dirty side of Marcellus's business and it was clear she felt whatever happened to Rocky Horror want anybody else's business.
The only people who know the reason are Marcellus and Antwan "Tony Rocky Horror". So here's my theory, but needs little explaining. After Zed incident, Marcellus tells Butch the only people that will ever know about the "incident" are himself, Butch and Zed (though not for much longer once he tortures him to death.) Sound familiar? I think Tony Rocky Horror ...
You see, I think this scene plays a much more significant role in the events that play out than previously described. During this scene, you can see their infatuation with each other grow to the level of sexual attraction. You can tell with how close their bodies get to one another, and you can also see it in their faces. You notice again when they waltz ...
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